March 8, 2007, - 3:49 pm

Giuliani’s Legs: Don’t Say I Didn’t Warn You

I warned you that Rudy Giuliani violated a cardinal rule of politics. He .
Well, now, the first “Rudy Has Nice Legs” column has cropped up in today’s Chicago Tribune. Columnist John Kass does the honors (and , which is always welcome).
Now, if we can only find an “Obama in Drag” photo. And keep all photos of Hillary’s kankles, er . . . legs away from public view.
Yes, Giuliani has better legs than Hillary. Much better. And, unfortunately, I think she’s more masculine than any candidate running. Can’t we do one of those gender tests like they do in the Olympics, and disqualify her? Just asking.
There’s only one man we can tolerate in pantyhose, and looking back on it, I’m not sure we can tolerate even him in nylons (doesn’t really stand the test of time) . . .

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I still think Guliani is the man. I live in NYC and will never forget how he turned this city around when everyone said it couldn’t be done. It was miraculous, but in hindsight seemed like pure common sense.I believe he truly has a vision for this country. My prediction: any attempts to attack him on the drag thing will backfire.

surrounded on March 8, 2007 at 6:42 pm

You know, it would be fine if Rudy just “threw something on” for a gag, but when he dressed up as Marilyn Monroe, he had the eyelashes, the mole, the gloves, the chandelier, he even had the official Marilyn Monroe wig from the looks of it. It looked like kind of a hobby, if you ask me. I’m wondering if he has pictures of himself standing over a subway grate. Either way, I’m through voting for liberal parties.

davidlanham on March 8, 2007 at 7:14 pm

He was dressed for the press roast that year, which has historically featured racy and provocative sketches. Every year the same thing is done at Harvard. Rudy is not exactly good looking as a woman, which makes it even funnier. Everyone needs to stop being so uptight. What matters is his conservative economic policies and his strong foreign policy and national security stance.

surrounded on March 8, 2007 at 7:25 pm

I wasn’t in NY when he was mayor so don’t have fixed opinions or memories about these drag photo-ops. Once I saw him in a get-up on Saturday Night Live speaking fey, but didn’t Sharpton host SNL too?
If his people and/or the GOP (if he’s the nominee) can’t spin this as a gesture of indulgent fun and inclusiveness, then they (we) don’t deserve to win the election. What are his enemies going to try to paint him as, The Tootsie Candidate?
This could, however, be a reason his son feel’s a bit estranged from him. (But that’s their business, really.)

Jeremiah on March 8, 2007 at 9:40 pm

The bottom line: he’s never cried in public, not literally, not metaphorically (except – maybe – at a 9/11 funeral or two).

Jeremiah on March 8, 2007 at 9:48 pm

Oh…another shocker. The 21 year old son of a powerful divorced man doesn’t like his new wife! I’ve never heard of such a thing!
Wait until the Dems try and attack Rudy on the drag thing and come off as homophobic.

surrounded on March 8, 2007 at 9:50 pm

Does anyone even care about this? Rudy dressed up as a gag one night. And? I doubt this will make one bit of difference.

Dan on March 8, 2007 at 11:29 pm

I will support whoever becomes the nominee for republicans. The dems have noone but really far left people running anyway so hands down they are out of the picture for me.
I am disappointed in his stance on gun control and the gun control legislation that he has supported in the past. His wording is troublesome on the 2nd amendment.
I just think when the crap hits the fan, I want to make sure that anyone I vote for supports the 2nd amendment and doesn’t vote to curb gun rights..remember the president has veto power that we just may need. Let’s face it, the bad guys will never have a problem getting guns….just look at our border situation.

Highrise on March 9, 2007 at 1:35 am

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